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Green Economics Confronting the Ecological Crisis

By: Robin Hahnel(Author)
Publisher: ME Sharpe
Green Economics
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Green Economics provides analysis of environmental problems and their potential solutions for students and practitioners in the fields of environmental studies and environmental economics and policy. Green Economics's pluralistic, non-dogmatic, and committed investigation into the values of ecological sustainability, economic justice, and human dignity is a welcomed offering to those frustrated with mainstream treatments of environmental issues. Robin Hahnel offers a glimpse of where mainstream economics can be helpful, where mainstream economics can be misleading, and where heterodox ideas can provide important insights

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By: Robin Hahnel(Author)
Publisher: ME Sharpe
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